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Pass percentage in Pune division drops to 93.30

A similar drop was seen in the overall pass percentage in Pune division (including repeater and fresh candidates), which dropped to 93.30 this year compared to last year’s 95.10.

In Pune division, where a total of 2,60,991 fresh candidates appeared for the exams, the trend remained the same with 94.6 per cent girls against 92.23 per cent boys passing the exams. In Pune division, where a total of 2,60,991 fresh candidates appeared for the exams, the trend remained the same with 94.6 per cent girls against 92.23 per cent boys passing the exams.

The overall pass percentage in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Std X examinations in the state was recorded at 89.56 this year, a drop of 1.90 in comparison to the previous year, said officials of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE). A similar drop was seen in the overall pass percentage in Pune division (including repeater and fresh candidates), which dropped to 93.30 this year compared to last year’s 95.10.

The results of the exam conducted in March 2016 were declared on Monday and overall in the state, girls beat boys again with 6,71,853 girls (91.41 per cent) and 7,62,290 boys (87.98 per cent) amongst fresh candidates clearing the exams.

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In Pune division, where a total of 2,60,991 fresh candidates appeared for the exams, the trend remained the same with 94.6 per cent girls against 92.23 per cent boys passing the exams. The division saw 16,302 repeater candidates appearing for exams of which 7,586 (46.53) passed the exams. The results of 101 students are pending and 91 cheating cases have been recorded this year.

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Amongst the nine divisions, Konkan topped the list with 96.56 per cent while Latur division was at the bottom with 81.54 per cent. Amongst the districts, Sindhudurg (97.47 per cent) while Nanded (74.48 per cent) had the highest and lowest pass percentages respectively. In Pune division, Pune district recorded 90.36 pass per cent against Ahmednagar (91.59 per cent) and Solapur (89.76 per cent).

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Of the 53 subjects, 10 have registered 100 per cent results but the number of schools in the state who registered 100 per cent results have decreased this year. Of the 29,433 schools, about 3,974 schools have declared 100 per cent results while the same number was 4,500 last year. As many as 69 schools in the state have recorded zero results.

Meanwhile, the board officials assured students that those who failed have the option to re-appear for supplementary exams on July 18 and the students can take first year junior college admissions in the same year, once they clear the exams. Gangadhar Mhamane, chairman of MSBSHSE, said students who’ve failed in two subjects can take allowed to keep terms (ATKT) scheme.

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“Such students will get provisional admission in first year junior college. As they attend junior college, they can take the supplementary exam in July for the failed subjects. Even if the students fail once again in the July 2016 exam, they can have a third chance to clear the subjects in March 2017 SSC exam. However, their FYJC result would be declared only after SSC results for March 2017 are announced,” he said.

The marksheets can be collected from the schools on June 15 after 3 pm. Those students who wish to apply for verification of marks, can do so between June 7 and June 16 and copy of answersheet can be sought from June 7 to June 27.

First published on: 07-06-2016 at 04:07:29 am
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